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I enjoy the one-touch buttons
About Me Casual User
Comments about Fellowes� Slimline Multimedia Keyboard with Microban�:
This keyboard has a USB connection instead of the round plug-in. My computer automatically downloaded needed driver and was ready for use by the time I got out from under my computer desk. I am losing muscle coordination on my right side, so the one-touch buttons are great. I am not having a problem with double lettering(previous review). The only problem I have is the ridges on the volume control knob are not high enough, so your finger slips over them when rotating. I have added a drop of gel contact cement to help. Overall, I am happy with the extra money I spent for this keyboard. I do reccomend this product to others.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Seems to be working
By Office Manager
from Conway, SC
About Me Power user
Our office is open to the waiting room and this keyboard is much quieter than our previous. The computer recognized it right away and all buttons work well with Dell Computer.
(6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)
By Loves resistance Keyboards
It is a very nice keyboard. Has the extra buttons for one button push. I don't think you can program for your own use - or haven't figured it out yet. Nice mute button for audio. Has a round spinner button for loudness. Turns a bit rough. Put a drop of Glue Gun on it, now I can turn it with my finger on the glue spot. Keys are too easy to push, no resistance. I like to "Feel" the keyboard. But for having the multi-media extra keys, and if you dont mind the soft touch keys, it is a nice keyboard. Fortunately for me, this is not for MY computer. Person using this keyboard has no problem with the touch.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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